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Object Name Sheet
Date late 20th century
Description Poly-cotton sheet, American, late 20th century, made by Vardon Co. and Fortrel Co. White, flat, unfitted sheet with short hemmed edges; polyester-cotton blend; machine-woven; machine-sewn; white, synthetic fabric manufacturer's tag on hemmed edge.
Inscription Text On front of fabric manufacturer's tag sewn to hem: "DOUBLE FLAT / 81 x 104 in. / SIZE BEFORE HEMMING / 50% FORTREL POLYESTER / 50% COTTON / VARDON / QUALITY"
On reverse: "1. MACHINE WASH-USE WARM SETTING. / 2. DO NOT OVERLOAD WASHER OR DRYER. / 3. TUMBLE DRY AT HOT OR COTTON SET- / TING. / 4. REMOVE PROMPTLY FROM DRYER AND FOLD. / 5. HIGH FASHION COLORS SHOULD BE / LAUNDERED SEPARATELY. / 6. DO NOT USE BLEACH ON HIGH / FASHION COLORS. / MADE IN U.S.A."
Handwritten in black ink on short side hem: "A8"
Accession number T
Accession Number T-263